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Spot on images

Changed lenses and cleaned visible surfaces inside body of Canon eos350d; spot still there.
How horrible is that?

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  • Obertelli
    Obertelli May 27, 2010

    Does the spot only show in the viewfinder or does it show on the photos as well?

  • austin_herno May 27, 2010

    Hallo; it doesnt show in the viewfinder or the back screen, it only shows on the images; pc or print.
    Thanks.
    Austin.

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Sorry, I read this as being for a Nikon N70 35mm SLR, but now see that it's a Canon EOS 350d.

In that case, you simply have a dirty image sensor. Either use a DIY sensor cleaning kit on the sensor (put the camera body into "sensor cleaning mode" to expose the sensor), or get a professional cleaning done. Professional is best for a one off, but as the problem will re-occur then there's no substitute for the experience you'll gain by doing it yourself. Until you get good at sensor cleaning, just clone out the artefacts using your preferred image editing software.

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